Faculty

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Bret P. Nelson, MD, RDMS, FACEP
Director, Emergency Ultrasound
Director, Emergency Ultrasound Fellowship
Associate Professor, Emergency Medicine
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York

Dr. Nelson has lectured on ultrasound throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. He coauthored the Manual of Emergency and Critical Care Ultrasound as well as Emergency Medicine Oral Board Review Illustrated (Cambridge University Press). He Chairs the AIUM Emergency and Critical Care Community of Practice, and is the Chair of Mount Sinai Hospital’s Point of Care Ultrasound Committee. He is a member of the WINFOCUS Board of Directors, national faculty of the American College of Chest Physicians’ ultrasonography course, The Difficult Airway Course, and has led a number of CME conferences on basic and advanced ultrasound.

Harvard Medical School and Mount Sinai have granted him awards for teaching, and he was named Attending of the Year by the Mount Sinai Emergency Medicine residents. The Mount Sinai Institute for Medical Education recently selected him as a Master Educator level member. The American College of Emergency Physicians awarded him their National Faculty Teaching Award in 2013.

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Danny Duque, MD, RDMS, FACEP
Director, Emergency Ultrasound
Elmhurst Hospital Center, New York

Dr. Duque has lectured extensively on ultrasound, and is heavily involved in resident and medical student education. He was honored for excellence in education by the Mount Sinai Emergency Medicine residents. His clinical and research interests include pelvic ultrasound and trauma ultrasound.

Dr. Duque’s annual lecture on procedural ultrasound at our CME conference always receives high praise.

 

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Jim Tsung, MD, MPH
Director, Pediatric Emergency Ultrasound
Assistant Research Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York

Dr. Tsung has lectured and given workshops on point-of-care pediatric ultrasound nationally and internationally.  He has authored several papers on point-of-care ultrasound use during pediatric resucitation and other ultrasound topics related to pediatric emergency care.

He is a former co-investigator for the Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network on studies related to bronchiolitis, head trauma and health disparities.  He has served as the inaugural chair of the Pediatric Committee of the ACEP Ultrasound Section and led the first ever point-of-care ultrasound workshop at the Pediatric Academic Societies annual meeting. He is also the chair of the Pediatric Committee for WINFOCUS and a member of their board of directors. He is Section Editor for the newly created “Critical Ultrasound Journal” on point-of-care ultrasound.

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Phillip Andrus, MD, RDMS, FACEP
Associate Director, Emergency Ultrasound
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York

Dr. Andrus completed his residency training at Yale-New Haven Hospital in Connecticut and an Emergency Ultrasound fellowship at the Mount Sinai Hospital. He lectures nationally and internationally on resuscitative ultrasound, vascular access, information technology and critical care.  He serves as faculty for the American College of Chest Physicians’ Fundamentals in Critical Care Sonography course.  He was named Attending of the Year by the Mount Sinai Emergency Medicine residency class of 2012.

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Ee Tay, MD, FAAP
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine (Pediatrics)
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York

Dr. Tay is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician who completed both her Pediatric residency and Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Children’s Hospital at Montefiore in Bronx, New York. She joined the faculty at NYU for several years after her PEM fellowship before moving to Mount Sinai to pursue a Pediatric Emergency Medicine Ultrasound fellowship. Her current interests include adolescent health, pediatric dermatology, medical photography, and the use of ultrasound in the pediatric emergency department for procedures and diagnoses.

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Jennifer V. Huang, DO, FACEP
Assistant Professor, Emergency Medicine
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York

Dr. Huang completed her residency training at Highland Hospital in Oakland, California and an emergency ultrasound fellowship at the SUNY Downstate / Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York.  She has led emergency ultrasound courses and lectured both nationally and internationally.  She has also been an instructor for the ultrasound guided regional anesthesia course at ACEP since 2010.  Her interests include ultrasound education, ultrasound guided regional anesthesia, and critical care ultrasound.

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Daniel Lakoff, MD
Associate Director, Emergency Ultrasound
Elmhurst Hospital Center, New York

Dr. Daniel Lakoff is a graduate of Mount Sinai’s Ultrasound Fellowship.   His interests are Medical Education, Trauma and Ultrasound.

 

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Lindsey Tilt Chaudoin, MD
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics
Mount Sinai Hospital, New York

Dr.  Chaudoin is a Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician who completed Pediatric residency,  Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship and Ultrasound Fellowship at Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital of New York Presbyterian-Columbia University in New York, New York. She joined the faculty at Mount Sinai after completing her ultrasound fellowship. Her current interests include medical education and the use of ultrasound in the pediatric emergency department as a clinical adjuvant and to minimize radiation in children when possible.

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In addition to our dedicated ultrasound faculty, many of the emergency medicine faculty at our two sites, Sinai and Elmhurst, are credentialed in ultrasound.